Is is normal for a 2.5 year old to eat an entire one of these?
Or 10 of these and ask for more?
Now, I don't normally have a freezer full of this stuff but we had a sitter on Friday and her mom is my teammate at school. I have heard from her momma that we have no "good food" at our house. So I did stop at the store and pick up some teenage friendly junk food for her. I put the pizza in the oven for them to share before we left. When we got home she informed us that he ATE THE WHOLE THING himself. ohmy. The next day for lunch he asked for the "little pizzas". So I made him 5 pizza rolls. He quickly ate them all and then asked for more. I made 5 more. He ate them all and asked for more again! I told him they were all gone. This kid can eat!! He does eat healthy things too, not just junk-promise. The child cried for strawberries at SAMS Club yesterday, but I really did not think we needed an entire vat of berries- maybe I was wrong. We have been home from school for about an hour and he has had a yogurt, some fruit snacks, a slice of cheese and asked for more. ahhhh. I did give him some water and told him we would eat dinner soon.
I am wondering if he is going through a growth spurt or something. If he eats this much at two, how will I be able to afford to feed him when he is 16!!
Just wondering- IS THIS NORMAL?